Oxford Humanities and Social Sciences 7 – Student Book + obook pro [Australian Curriculum]

  • Mark Easton, Maggy Saldais, Sarah Coleman, Vladimir Dumovic, Katrina Davey, Geraldine Carrodus, Christian Machar, Julie Davis, Kay Bishop
  • Paperback + Digital Access
  • Oxford University Press ANZ
  • 03/07/2023
  • ISBN: 9780190331573

RRP: $72.95 (Inc. GST)


Oxford Humanities and Social Sciences Australian Curriculum has been developed to meet the requirements of version 9.0 of the Australian Curriculum: Humanities and Social Sciences across Years 7–10. As well as offering complete coverage of Geography, History, Economics and Business, and Civics and Citizenship, this new edition ensures that students build their Humanities and Social Sciences skills across all four subjects, preparing them for success in HASS subjects in the senior years.

Key features:

  • All content structured logically in topics to make lesson planning and delivery easier
  • Learning intentions clearly signposted at the start of every topic and assessed at the end
  • Engaging Student Book content purpose-written for the new Australian Curriculum presented in a format that’s easy for students of all abilities to navigate
  • Up-to-date case studies and statistics
  • Humanities and Social Sciences Skills scaffolded across Years 7–10
  • A range of videos to engage students and support flexible teaching approaches
  • Questions and activities include cognitive verbs that scaffold capabilities, model critical thinking and encourage discussions
  • Enhanced digital support with the new Oxford Digital platform – auto-marking questions and activities that help teachers to identify gaps in understanding and offer targeted support to individual students
  • Assessment and Curriculum reports allow teachers to track and report on the progress of every student.

Includes the print Student Book and digital student obook pro, delivered via Oxford’s online learning platform, Oxford Digital.


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